R318.156 MQ3p Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill http://archive.org/details/pineknot1942atla % LUC it at 1942 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN & f? ° F 1942 c .2, COLLEGE • WILSON, N. C. Win* ChrisHan College Li W Wilso RUTH BEARD, EDITOR • CHARLES EAGLES, BUSINESS MANAGER aatJi tke aaaJi &kiv) IKE THE TIDE THAT GOES OUT UPON THE SEA, OUR YEAR HAS EBBED INTO THE VAST OCEAN OF TIME. THE EYES OF SOME WILL SEE THE RETURNING TIDE OF ANOTHER * * DAY, WHILE OTHERS MUST WATCH WITH MEMORY. JL ACCEPT THIS BOOK AND AS YOU REVIEW IT, CRUSE WITH a US BACK OVER THE DAYS THAT HAVE PASSED. THOUGH THE ^ SAILING HAS IN NO WISE BEEN COMPLETELY SMOOTH AND UNTROUBLED, IT HAS BEEN A BEAUTIFUL COURSE FOR US ALL. AND TO EACH AND EVERY FACULTY MEMBER WHOSE GUIDANCE HAS BEEN A HARBOR FOR A HOST OF FLOUNDER- ING SHIPS WE DEDICATE THIS BOOK. • • • antic L^ kti^tian TOWER ROOM LANDMARK DORMITORY SIDE AND FRONT PHI DELTA GAMMA OUR PRESIDENT'S HOME HOWARD CHAPEL  BACK VIEW GIRL'S DORMITORY Side View ^ ERE COMES THE FIRST WAR TIME PINE KNOT IN A GENERATION! "REFRESHER" COURSES ARE CHARACTERISTIC OF THIS PERIOD IN OUR HISTORY. WE HOPE THIS PINE KNOT IS GOING TO BE A REFRESHER COURSE IN AWAKENING AMONG MANY FORMER STUDENTS THE RECOLLECTION OF COLLEGE LIFE THAT TEND TO GROW DIM THROUGH THE YEARS. TO THE STUDENTS OF THE PRESENT GRADUATION— MAKERS OF THIS PINE KNOT— MAY IT BLAZE WITH THE HOPE FOR A BETTER DAY AND WITH A TRUST THAT ITS LIGHT WILL BE AN ENDURING FLAME IN THE DAYS AHEAD. TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THE PROGRESS OF ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE— ALONG WITH THE COLLEGE GROUP- WE SEND OUR GREETINGS. R D N BESSIE MASSENGILL Dean of Women CECIL A. JARMAN Dean of Men and Associate Professor of Religious Education MILDRED ROSS Office Secretary PERRY CASE Registrar and Professor of Philosophy d-i t tat t H^LUiAL tab LOU C. H. HAMLIN, M.A. Professor of Social Scienoe F. A. HODGES, M.S. Professor of Science J. M. WATERS, A.B. Professor of Bible F. F. GRIMM, M.A. Professor of Education R. E. SMITH, M.A. Professor of Mathematics  <^sci cult t AGNES PEELE, A.B. Instructor in Commercial Training E. F. GROVE, M.A. Professor in Voice and Speech MYRTLE L. HARPER, A.B. Librarian Emeritus JOHN W. FONTAINE Acting Professor of Music ELLA STAGG, M.A. Professor of Modern Languages MILDRED HARTSOCK, Ph.D. Professor of English M. A. GRAFF Professor in Department of Science MRS. E. P. EICHER, A.B. Instructor of Teacher Training W. A. HERRING, LL.B. Head Coach JUSTINE LYNN, M.A. Instructor in English J. H. WORKMAN. M.A. Instructor in Social Science MADELEINE SMALLEY, M.A. Instructor in Physical Education MARY H. WILSON Resident Nurse GEORGIA BREWER, M.A. Instructor in Modern Languares J. M. HOUGH, M. A. Instructor in Education OLA FLEMING, M.A. Librarian and Instructor in English til] yl/LlJi^lti r Song Dedicated to Class of '42 (Anchors Aweight) Goodby dear Senior Class Now we must part, Though all our hearts are sad, We know that we will ne'er forget Those days spent at dear A. C. Happy were they. Goodby Dear Senior Class We give you our best wishes Here today. Love still our Blue and White Love still our Song For into it goes all our love, Our pride, our faith in you — We know you will reach the top And do your best. Goodby Dear Senior Class, We give you our best wishes For success.  SNAPS Life on the campus at Atlantic Christian has been full and rich. Whether they were snapped at work or at play we are endeavoring to place before you typical pictures of our college life. [H] S E N I O R CLASS OFFICERS JOE HOLIDAY President EDVAN THOMPSON Vice-President MARY COLONES Secretary KENDRICK TAYLOR Treasur Class Colors — White and Yellow Class Flower — Jonquil Motto — What we are to be we are now becoming First Row 'M^t^SS GORDON ALDRIDGE La Grange MARGARET ANGE Jamesville EVELYN BARNES Wil MARJORIE BARNES Wilson Second Row RUTH BEARD Bailey MARILYN BOYETTE Kenly SENIORS T. C. BRITT Bladenboro CLARESE BUNTING Robersonville  First Row LORRAINE CALLIS Cofield MARY COLONES Selma ANNA RAYE CONYERS Wilson ELOISE CREECH Wilson Second Row NORMA CLAY DANIELS Wilson JEWITT DAVIS Fremont MADELINE DENNING Coats JOE FRANK DRAPER Conway SENIORS  First Row CHARLES EAGLES .- . Saratoga ROBERT EASON Princeton EVELYN GARDNER Will RACHEL GLOVER Wilson Second Row WORTLEY HARRELL Wilson MARY HERRING Rocky Mount SENIORS JOE HOLIDAY Ja MAURICE HOLLAND Clinton  . First Row M. W. HUDSON Wilson OLA MAE KELLY Pfafftcwn JOSEPHINE LAMM Wilson IRENE LANGSTON Four Oakes Second Row MARION LASSITER Conway VIRGINIA McDANIEL Griffon HELEN MILLS Mayesville LESLIE MINCEY Raleigh SENIORS  ' SENIORS First Row MOZELLE MORGAN Middlesex ELIZABETH ANN NALL Wilson CRECIA O'NEAL Selma PRESTON PARSONS Arapahoe Second Row RUTH LEWIS PEELE Elm City JANEY PERRY Robersonville IDA EARLE PIERCE Jacksonville JOE OUINERLY Griffon  First Row ALICE RAY Taber City AUDREY ROUSE Kinston INEZ ROWE Wilson B. C. SCOTT Rose Hill Second Row HILDA SNIPES Rocky Mount ELOISE TAYLOR Snow Hill KENDRICK TAYLOR ' Snow Hill EDVAN THOMPSON Pine Level SENIORS  First Row s = ^5 ROBERT THORNTON Clinton ALBERT TYSON Greenville KATHERINE WAINWRIGHT Wilson JAMES WEBSTER Pinetown Second Row MYRA WHARTON Florence SENIORS WILMA WILLIAMS Elizabeth City ELIZABETH E. YAVORSKI Elmira, N. Y.  GLIMPSES Never let it be said that students here don't get around. Whether it be Psychology under Mr. Grim or the "Drake" for an afternoon — life at A. C. is still pretty swell. [23 J J U N I O R CLASS OFFICERS KIRBY WATSON President FRANCES HEMBY Vice-President ANN WAIN WRIGHT Secretary BILL HARPER Treasurer Class Colors — Purple and White Class Flower — Iris Motto — Strength to lead and faith to follow SARA ANDERSON Wilson RUSSELL ARNOLD Jamesville CAROLYN BAGSETTE Wilson HOWARD BLAKE Fairfield ELEANOR BLOW Vanceboro EDITH CARTWRIGHT Bath CASSIE MAE COWELL Bayboro BRUCE DAVIS Wilson L. C. DAVIS Micro KATHERINE DEANS Wilson MARGARET FARMER Wilson THERESA FISHER Rocky Mount MARGARET GARRISS Margaretfsville MARGARET GLOVER Wilson MADELINE GODWIN Pine Level * J U N I O R S 42066 t25] ATLANTIC CHR'fl/.i QQr'.r MSON, NORlH QWM JUNIORS* ROBERT GRIFFIN Bailey EARL HARDISON Deep Run BILL HARPER Deep Run THURMAN HARPER Deep Run FRANCES HEMBY Maury JOHN HICKS Easton, P HAZEL JOHNSON Kerr VIRGINIA LANCASTER New Bern AMBROSE MANNING Bailey JACK MARTIN Jamesville RUTH MATTHEWS Wilson CARRIE DAVIS MAY Wilson MYRTLE MAY Winterville BETTY MILLER Cumberland, Md. NAOMI MORRIS Wilson  JUNIORS PLUMA NARRON Kenly FLORENCE PACE Bailey CAROLYN PARRISH Wilson's Mill EMMA PRICE St. Stephens, S. C. DAISY RENFROW Kenly ELIZABETH RHODES Wilson EVELYN RUSSELL St. Stephens, S. C. ELEANOR SMITH Ellenton, S. C. EDWARD SPRUILL Rocky Mount ELIZABETH STONEY Winston Salem DORA LANE STRICKLAND Wilson POLLY SWINDELL Bath GENE TOMLINSON Wilson ANN WAINWRIGHT Wilson KIRBY WATSON Wilson DORIS WHITE Vanceboro LOUISE WILLIAMS Wilson  KODAK K L I C K S Peeping throu 1 the Porthole! Again — it's all in a day's work Doesn't this prove that A. C. students do more than just study? Well, who said they didn't, anyway?  SOPHO MORE CLASS OFFICERS ESPIE K. MILLER President PAUL STROTHER, JR Vice-President CELIA CRAWLEY Secretary KATHERINE LEWIS Treasurer Class Motto — We'll find a wav Class Flower — Black-eyed Susan Class Colors — Black and Gold J £323£& First Row BILLY ADAMS Four Oakes PHILIP BANKS Arapahoe VIRGINIA ADKINS Wilson ANN BARKLEY Wilson AVA GREY BARNES Kenly Second Row RUTH BLIZZARD Deep Run J. T. BRYANT Lasker VIRGINIA BROOKS Wilson CELIA CRAWLEY Wilson IRENE DAVIS Elm City Third Row PAULINE DAVIS Elm City RUTH FERGUSON Reidsville GEORGE FARMER Elm City AARON FUSSELL Rose Hill ALBERT GAINEY Goldsboro SOPHOMORES  DOROTHY GARDNER TROY GODWIN . . . First Row Walstonburg LYMAN GRAY Snow Hill Dunn DOROTHY HELSABECK Rural Hall BEULAH HORNE Wilson MILTON EASTON HUSTON. CAMPBELL HUXFORD. . . . Second Row Philadelphia, Pa. HOWARD JAMES Grimesland Bonneau, S. C. ELIZABETH JOHNSON Smithfield AVIS KEENE Four Oakes Third Row MARGARET LASSITER Smithfield EVERETTE LOCKLIER St. Stephens, S. C. KATHERINE LEWIS Wilson CLAUDIA LUCAS Wilson SALLY LUCAS Wilson SOPHOMORES  First Row GORDON MANNING Williamston JULIA GREY MINSCHEW Fremont ESPIE MILLER Marion FRANCES MOORE Rural Hall MARGARET MURPHY Stantonsburg Second Row DONELL NARRON Kenly FRANCES OAKEJ Weldon AGNES OAKES Weldon WILLIAM H. PATE Goldsboro UNA PHELPS Windsor t Third Row ISLA PHIPPS Wendell FAYDEEN SASSER La Grange MARY LOUISE ROSE Newton Grove FRANCES SERMONS Ft. Barnwell CLEMENT SHINE Faison SOPHOMORES [32 J First Row MARY ALETA SMITH La Grange CHARLOTTE THOMAS. . . . PAUL STROTHER Stantonsburg Elm City JOHN TYSON. Second Row Farmville LYNETTE WARD CHARLES WARREN Newton Grove Selma EARLE WILLIAMS. Third Row Zebulon MELVILLE WARREN VICTORIA WILLIAMSON Clinton Faison SOPHOMORES L33] KODAK KLICKS With the best wishes of the captain, himself, we pre- sent here a fairly accurate picture of what takes place — hours 8 a. m. — 10 p. m.  FRESH MAN CLASS OFFICERS ELIZABETH WHITE President BILLY BARNES Vice-President MIRIAM JOHNSON Secretary BRYAN PARSONS Treasurer Class Motto — The past is forever gone; but the future is still our own Class Flower — White Carnation Class Colors — Green and White FRESHMEN E. C. BARBEE Wilson GRACE BAREFOOT Clinton BILLIE BARNES Wilson JOYCE BARNES Wilson MABEL BARRETT Fremont MARGARET BARWICK Faison ADELINE BOWEN Washington, N. C. LUCILLE BOYETTE Wilson MARY FRANCES BOYETTE Wilson MARGARET BRIDGERS Kenly ROBERT BROWN Rich Square SARA BUNN Zebulon PHILIP BURBAGE Balh F. T. CARR Ayden NIMROD CARROLL Willow Springs HOWARD CHAPIN Kinston HAXELL CLARKE Kenly VINCENT COLUMBO Brockton, Mass. MARJORIE COLEY Stantonsburg ADA KATHERINE COOR Goldsboro DORIS CORLETTE Southport IDA ROSE CRAFT Walstonburg MILDRED CROCKER Pine Level ETHEL CLAYTON DAVIS Wilson ELIZABETH DAVIS Kenly RUBY DAVIS Fremont DOROTHY DAW Pantigo ERNESTINE DAUB East Bend PAT GAINEY Hollywood, Fla. JANET GRANTHAN Four Oaks LASTON GRANTHAN Mt. Olive CHARLOTTE RUTH GRAY Kinston  FRESHMEN REGINALD GRAY Stokes ANN GRIMSLEY Selma NELL GUNTER Lucama C. D. GURGANUS Verona E. G. HATCH Mt. Olive EMMA LEE HILL Kinston GRACE HILL Deep Run JEANNE HILLEY Wilson RUTH HOARD Tarboro VERSIE HOWARD Pink Hill AGNES HOWELL Lucama HENRY HOWELL Kinston MARGARET JAMES Grifton DOROTHY JARVIS Newport News, Va. MARY JEANNETTE Goldsboro BROWNIE JOHNSON Stantonsburg LUNA JOHNSON Benson MIRIAM JOHNSON Robersonville SUE JOHNSON Kinston FRANCES JONES Newton Grove GRACE JONES Williamston MARY ELIZABETH JONES Kinston THERON JONES Seven Springs IRENE KELLER St. Stephens, S. C. ARLENE KELLY East Bend DORIS KOONCE Comfort CHERRY LANCASTER Sharpsburg DORIS LASSITER Smithfield DOROTHY LATHAN Bath DOROTHY LEE Four Oaks BLANCHE LEWIS Stonewall SARA ISABELLE LINEBERGER Wilson  FRESHMEN NOVELINE LONG Engelhard JANICE MARINE Burgaw MARY MASSEY Athens, Ga. VIVIAN MEEK Charleston, S. C. FAYE MIDGETTE Oriental JIMMY MILLHOUSE Wilson CHARLES NACKOS Wilson WILLIAM OSBOURNE Charleston, 5. C. RELLA PACE Bailey BRYAN PARSONS Arapahoe MARY EMMA PERRY Selma MADGELINE PHILIPS Godwin ADELAIDE PILAND Oriental FRANCES PITTMAN Wilson MARIE PLEASANTS Angier ELBERT RACKLEY Mt. Olive HELEN RENFROW Selma ADA KATHERINE RHODES Wilson CATHERINE ROBBINS Rocky Mount MARJORIE SHEARIN Wilson NELLE SIMMONS Kinston BILLIE SMITH Farmville CARL SMITH Wilson FANNIE LEE SPIVY Kenly ETHEL STANCIL Kenly ALICE TAYLOR Farmville MARGARET TAYLOR Kinston TYSON TAYLOR Jacksonville LOTTIE TEW Roseboro EDGAR THOMAS Farmville WOODY THOMAS Varina SUSIE GREY TOMLINSON Wilson  FRESHMEN LESTER TURNAGE Farmville JOAN UMSTEAD Pinetops EDWARD VAUSE Kinston PUG WALKER Mt. Olive BEN WALSTON Stantonsburg MABEL WALSTON Stantonsburg MARY ANNA WALSTON Stantonsburg HENRY WALTERS Jamesville GEORGE C. WAINWRIGHT Wilson CLELL WHITE Fremont ELIZABETH WHITE Wilson BERNEDYNE WINDLEY Pantego WILLARD WOODARD Kenly HARRY WYNNE Robersonville [391 utaatawki y a taw i Here's my book open wide Sign here friends or woe betide! [40) n And then as we journey forward there is need of a song that will buoy us up through the calm or through the storm. Though our ship be rocked from above or be- neath us, we will ever give out with this song: Hail A. C. College Fondly we hail Thee Thy loyal children Forever are we True to thy blue and white Never to fail thee Hail, Alma Mater, All Hail to thee. Hail, thou our mother Dearly we cherish Thy Name enthroned Victorious and free Thy tender memories Never shall perish Hail, Alma Mater All Hail to Thee! WILMA WILLIAMS has been of great service in governmental work and as president of the Golden Knot Honor Society. JEWITT DAVIS has been outstanding for her work as secretary of the Executive Board. GORDAN ALDRIDGE has been out- standing in governmental work, par- ticularly for his service this year as president of the Cooperative Asso- ciation. JOE HOLLIDAY is remembered for his efficient leadership as Senior Class president and supervisor of the Dining Hall. He is also active in sports. JAMES WEBSTER is noted for out- standing leadership, having served as president of the Men's Dormitory Council. He is also a member of the Golden Knot Honor Society. ii^e no t All of us like to look back and see what we and our friends have done throughout the year. This pleasure is afforded us through the Pine Knot. In this book the various activities participated in by the students during the school year 1 94 1 - 1 942 have been recorded. Ruth Beard, editor-in-chief, with the capable assistance of Irene Langs- ton, associate editor, has devoted much time and energy toward making the yearbook a success. Through their efforts the actual compilation of the work has been completed. Charles Eagles, business manager, in cooperation with the business men of Wilson, has been most instrumental in providing the "ways and means" of our Pine Knot. Mr. Cecil A. Jarman acted as faculty advisor.  =w/ Several students deserve recognition for the time and effort that they have contributed to the publication of the annual. Katherine Wainwright did the art work. Jack Martin, Joe Holliday and Edvan Thompson were in charge of the snapshots. Others, invaluable in the compilation of the book were Betty Miller, Earle Williams, Sally and Claudia Lucas, Mary Louise Rose, and Ruby Jones. One faculty member, Dr. John Workman, proved very helpful to the staff because of the many fine snapshots he contributed.  J-vie ^^aiteaiat The Collegiate is a monthly record of the events that are of interest to the students and faculty members. For a number of years it has been a leading publication on the campus, and it strives to develop journalistic qualities in its writers. Kirby Watson, editor, with the cooperation of Naomi Morris, assistant editor, and the other members of the staff, have given us a fine year of Collegiates. George Woodall has been in charge of the business end of the paper. He, along with his assistant, Joe Quinerly, has given of his time in selling the ads which make our paper possible. Dr. Mildred E. Hartsock has been faculty advisor of the Collegiate.  Many other students have worked to make the Collegiate the fine little paper that it is. Russell Arnold has acted as sports editor this year. Other members of the staff who have contributed to our school paper are: Mary Louise Rose, Albert Tyson, Claudia Lucas, Sally Lucas, Eleanor Smith, Frances Hemby, Vincent Columbo, Carolyn Parrish, Edith Cartwright, and Mary Elizabeth Jones.  SIGMA ALPHA In 1925 the Sigma Alpha Fraternity was founded. The fraternity has grown to become one of the leading campus organizations. The colors of Sigma Alpha are silver and lavender; its flower, the sweet pea. The motto chosen is "Semper est Amicitia." Sponsor of the fraternity is Professor J. M. Waters, and honorary member is Coach Bill Herring. Active members are: Leslie Mincey, Joe Frank Draper, Gordon Aldridge, Marion Lassiter, John Hicks, Jack Martin, Joe Holliday, Russell Arnold, B. C. Scott, Bruce Davis, T. C. Britt, Aaron Fussell, Robert Jones, Espie Miller, Howard Hilley, Jr., and Hume Paschall. OFFICERS MARION LASSITER President B. C. SCOTT Vice-President GORDON ALDRIDGE Secretary-Treasurer JOHN HICKS Sergeant-at-Arms JACK MARTIN Chaplain  PHI SIGMA TAU The Phi Sigma Tau Sorority has the record of being the oldest Greek letter organization on the campus, being founded in 1912. Its chosen colors are black and gold; and its flower is the Black-eyed Susan. Members of the sorority are selected on the basis of scho- lastic standing as well as qualities of character, personality, social- ability, and leadership. Sponsors are Mrs. C. A. Jarman and Miss Geargia Brewer. Mrs. Bill Herring is an honorary member. Active members are: Ava Grey Barnes, Ruth Blizzard, Evelyn Russell, Celia Crawley, Jewitt Davis, Cassie Mae Cowell, Eloise Creech, Frances Hemby, Josephine Lamm, Mary Aletta Smith, Elizabeth Stoney, Evelyn Barnes, and Lynette Ward. OFFICERS JEWITT DAVIS President JOSEPHINE LAMM Vice-President CASSIE MAE COWELL Secretary CELIA CRAWLEY Treasurer FRANCES HEMBY Reporter  PHI DELTA GAMMA The Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity was organized in 1937 from the "I Smoka Pipe Club" and since its establishment has been influential on the campus. The motto of the fraternity is "Everlasting Brother- hood." As its colors the fraternity has chosen blue and gold; its flower, the carnation. The Faculty sponsors are Professor Robert E. Svhith and Mr. Eugene Grove. Honorary members are Edwin Stephen- son, Ed Stallings, H. B. Griffin, and William Gray. Active members are: George Woodall, Joe Quinerly, Kendrick Taylor, Lyman Gray, Charles Warren, Ray Battle, Thurman Harper, Maurice Holland, Robert Thornton, Kirby Watson, and Edvan Thompson. First Semester GEORGE WOODALL . KENDRICK TAYLOR MAURICE HOLLAND JOE OUINERLY . . . ROBERT THORNTON . OFFICERS Second Semester President EDVAN THOMPSON Vice-President THURMAN HARPER Secretary LYMAN GRAY Treasurer KENDRICK TAYLOR Sergeant-at-Arms . . CHARLES WARREN EDVAN THOMPSON Chaplain RAY BATTLE no i DELTA SIGMA In 1935, Delta Sigma, the youngest of the sororities was organized. Its motto is "Torchbearers of Friendship." The sorority colors are green and gold; the flower, Jonquil. Miss Madeline Smalley and Dr. Mildred Hartsock are sponsors. Active members are: Margaret Ange, Marjorie Barnes, Eloise Taylor, Norma Clay Daniel, Madeline Denning, Edith Cartwright, Carolyn Parrish, Carolyn Baggette, Frances Oakes, Margaret Farmer, Margaret Glover, Katherine Lewis, Naomi Morris, and Polly Swindell. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester ELOISE TAYLOR President Madeline Denning POLLY SWINDELL Vice-President Norma Clay Daniel CAROLYN BAGGETTE Secretary Naomi Morris MARJORIE BARNES Treasurer Margaret Farmer NAOMI MORRIS Reporter Katherine Lewis [5lj PHI KAPPA ALPHA Rev. John Barclay and Dr. E. L. Fox founded the Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity in the year of 1925. The fraternity has grown rapidly since it was founded and is looking forward to greater progress. Gold and white are its colors and the flower is the daisy. Mr. C. A. Jarman and Mr. F A. Hodges are sponsors. Honorary members are Ernest Barnes and Chick Andrews. Active members are: Charles Eagles, M. W. Hudson, Howard Blake, Bill Harper, Robert Griffin, Earl Hardison, Philip Banks, Paul Strother, Campbell Huxford, Gordon Manning, Leslie Tyson, and Hardy Thompson. First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester CHARLES EAGLES President M. W. HUDSON HARDY THOMPSON .... Vice-President EARL HARDISON HOWARD BLAKE Secretary PHILIP BANKS BILL HARPER Treasurer BILL HARPER EARL HARDISON Sergeant-at-Arms . . . CAMPBELL HUXFORD ROBERT GRIFFIN Chaplain HOWARD BLAKE  SIGMA TAU CHI One of the most outstanding organizations on the campus, the Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, was founded in 1925 by Rev. John Barclay. Its members are chosen because of personality, loyalty and interest in the school's welfare. The colors are white and gold; its flower, the chrysanthemum. Mrs. F. A. Hodges and Miss Justine Lynn are the sponsors of the sorority. Active members are.( Eleanor B]aw^> Virginia Lancaster, Carrie Davis May, Ann Wainwright, Frances Sermons, Doris White, Betty Miller, Eleanor Smith, Ann Barkley, Faydeen Sasser, Emma Price, Virginia Brooks, Earle Williams and Virginia Adkins. OFFICERS First Term Second Term BETTY MILLER President CARRIE DAVIS MAY ELEANOR 'BLOW Vice-President ANN WAINWRIGHT ANN WAINWRIGHT Secretary EARLE WILLIAMS CARRIE DAVIS MAY Treasurer FRANCES SERMONS VIRGINIA LANCASTER Reporter ELEANOR SMITH  EXECUTIVE BOARD The Executive Board evolved from two other forms of govern- ment — student and faculty. The Cooperative Association was or- ganized in 1936. This college was one of the first in the South to adopt this form of government. The Executive Board handles all major student affairs, including finances and disciplinary cases. It regulates student activities and controls publication. BOARD MEMBERS GORDON ALDRIDGE . President WILM A WILLIAMS Vice-President JEWITT DAVIS Secretary HOWARD BLAKE Treasurer OLA MAE KELLY President, Women's Dormitory Council JAMES WEBSTER President, Men's Dormitory Council NAOMI MORRIS Town Representative DR. MILDRED E. HARTSOCK Faculty Representative MR. ROBERT E. SMITH Faculty Representative MISS BESSIE MASSENGILL Dean of Woman MR. CECIL A. JARMAN Dean of Men  CAMPUS RELIGIOUS COUNCIL ■H The Campus Religious Council proposes to unify religious activ- ity and to spread its influence throughout campus life. It was formed by combining the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. cabinets, and it has representatives from every phase of school life. Faculty members are: Mr. F. F. Grimm, Miss Myrtle Harper, Mr. John Waters, Miss Bessie Massengill, and Mr. C. A. Jarman. MEMBERS IDA EARLE PIERCE President of Y. W. C. A. ELIZABETH STONEY Vice-President of Y. W. C. A. IRENE LANGSTON Treasurer of Y. W. C. A. EARLE WILLIAMS Secretary of Y. W. C. A. THERESA FISHER Peele House Representative AUDREY ROUSE Stephenson House Representative KATHERINE LEWIS Town Representative PRESTON PARSONS President of Y. M. C. A. EDVAN THOMPSON Vice-President of Y. M. C. A. ALBERT TYSON Secretary-Treasurer JACK MARTIN Sigma Alpha Representative BILL HARPER Phi Kappa Representative KIRBY WATSON Phi Delta Gamma Representative [■551 Wrnlmm MINISTERIAL CLUB The Ministerial Club was founded in 1902 and is the oldest or- ganization on the campus. The purpose of this organization is to give students who are preparing for full-time Christian work a fellow- ship where the problems of the minister and ministerial work may be discussed. MEMBERS GEORGE O. GARD CHARLES HARRISON HOWARD JAMES GORDON MANNING PRESTON PARSONS EDWARD SPRUILL C. A. JARMAN J. M. WATERS HOWARD S. HILLEY  JltiJ) t tAi*l**L \^^^K -' ^^M 1 iff - |*|t» If M/ IT- P*_ ■Wu > " " ~ __ i THE GLEE CLUB The Glee Club, under the guidance of Professor John Winston Fontaine, Is one of the most vital organizations on the campus. The club travels extensively over the eastern part of the state giving programs in various churches. It also presents many college programs. MEMBERS CELIA CRAWLEY Pianist Anna Ray Conyers Christine Gardner Ernestine Gardner Margaret Garriss Mary Jeannette Mary Elizabeth Jones Dolly Lineberger Irene Langston Myrtle May Rella Pace Marie Pleasants Nellie Simmons Charlotte Thomas Philip Banks C. D. Gurgamus Charlie Harrison Murry Wade Holland Howard James Robert Jones Espie Miller Billie Smith Edvan Thompson Audrey Rouse [371 THE QUESTERS The Questers Club was organized in 1938 by the Philosophy Class, Ej : under the guidance of Mr. Case. Its purpose is to instill a spirit of philosophical thinking, especially among the students of philosophy. Members are elected and limited to students showing interest in philosophy. As its motto, the club has adopted "Quest is Best." Active members are: Charles Eagles, Kirby Watson, Preston Parsons, Lyman Gray, Bill Harper, Howard Blake, James Webster, and George Woodall. OFFICERS CHARLES EAGLES President KIRBY WATSON Vice-President GEORGE WOODALL Secretary-Treasurer  GOLDEN KNOT HONOR SOCIETY The Golden Knot Honor Society was formed by uniting Alpha Delta Chi, an honor society for women, and a group of men with similia r ideals of Atlantic Christian College, to reorganize and en- courage character, scholarship, service and leadership. Completion of three college semesters with an average of 85 for men and 87.5 for women, the exemplification of outstanding moral character, the desire and ability for constructive leadership and the willingness to serve in upholding the ideals of the organization are the member- ship requirements. Members are: Wilma Williams, Frances Hemby, James Webster, Naomi Morris, Howard Blake, Norma Clay Daniels, and Elizabeth Stoney. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Yavorski is an honorary mem- ber. Sponsors are Dr. H. S. H i I ley and Miss Georgia Brewer. WILMA WILLIAMS OFFICERS President HOWARD BLAKE Secretary-Treasurer  Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. C. A. is an organization of men who are striving to develop bonds of brotherhood and Christian ideals on the campus. As an organization it endeavors to help freshmen find their places on the campus and devotes time and attention toward other human and social relations. Membership is open to all men on the campus. OFFICERS PRESTON PARSONS President EDVAN THOMPSON Vice-President ALBERT TYSON Secretary-Treasurer Kirby Watson CABINET MEMBERS Bill Harper Jack Martin Mr. C. A. Jarman SPONSORS Mr. J. M. Water Mr. F. F. Grim I 60 J Y. W. C. A. The Y. W. C. A. endeavors to enrich the life of every girl on the campus. The programs are planned to give spiritual uplift as well as practical value. Invitation to join is extended to all girls and an opportunity to take part in the activities of the organization. OFFICERS IDA EARLE PIERCE ' President ELIZABETH STONEY Vice-President EARLE WILLIAMS Secretary IRENE LANGSTON Treasurer CABINET MEMBERS Theresa Fisher Audrey Rouse Katherine Lewis SPONSORS Miss Myrtle Harper Miss Bessie Massengill Dr. Mildred Hartsock  MARSHALS At any student activity or entertainment given in connection with the college, It is the duty of the marshals to assist. The chief marshal is chosen by popular vote of the entire student body. The others, from each class, are chosen on a scholastic basis. NORMA CLAY DANIEL MAURICE HOLLAND . EVELYN BARNES . . . . . . . Chief Marshal . . . Senior Marshal . . . Senior Marshal LYNETTE WARD . . AMBROSE MANNING . . . .Junior Marshal MARGARET FARMER . . . .Junior Marshal BILLY ADAMS Sophomore Marshal . Sophomore Marshal SUPERVISORS The supervisors are responsible for directing all the work of the college done by students. Because of the greater responsibility resting upon them, only capable and dependable students are chosen to serve in this capacity. They are: Carolyn Baggette and Joe Holliday, supervisors of the dining hall; Wilma Williams, in charge of all work done by girls except that in the dining hall; Jack Martin, supervisor of grounds, and James Webster, who is responsible for the care of the buildings.  DORMITORY COUNCILS Working together under the Executive Board, the Dormitory Councils govern the life of every student. Each organization strives to create a more cooperative spirit among the students, to preserve unity and honor, to promote the welfare of the students, and to develop self-control, responsibility, and loyalty among all the students. WOMEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL OLA MAE KELLY President FRANCES HEMBY Vice-President MOZELLE MORGAN Secretary CASSIE MAE COWELL Treasurer JOSEPHINE LAMM . . . Senior Representative MISS BESSIE MASSENGILL . Dean of Women ELIZABETH STONEY . Junior Representative RUTH BLIZZARD Sophomore Representative IDA EARLE PIERCE Y. W. C. A. Representative EVELYN BARNES Senior Town Representative SALLY LUCAS . ... Town Representative MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL JAMES WEBSTER President THURMAN HARPER Vice-President ESPIE MILLER Secretary-Treasurer ALBERT TYSON .... Senior Representative KENDRICK TAYLOR . . Senior Representative OTIS CARTER Junior Representative BILL HARPER . . Junior Representative LYMAN GRAY . . Sophomore Representative RAY BATTLE . Sophomore Representative MR. C. A. JARMAN Dean of Men  EDUCATION CLUB The Education Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Grimm, is an organization whose aim is to help further the development of its members. In order to give more students experience in parliamentary procedure, officers are elected every ten weeks. Those students most capable of leadership are selected. OFFICERS First Term Second Term JEWITT DAVIS President MAURICE HOLLAND RUTH BEARD Vice-President RUBY JONES AUDREY ROUSE Secretary-Treasurer FLORENCE PACE  DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club this year is guided by Mr. Eugene |j_.j F. Grove. A guiding committee composed of Elizabeth Stoney, Bryan Parsons, Frances Hemby, and Dolly Line- berger help bear the greater responsibilities. The scene above was taken from the Christmas pageant, "Dicken's Christmas Carol." There are plans for a Spring play and also a commence- ment production.  I. R. CLUB Discussions of current political and social problems are carried on by this club, where members are interested in this phase of social science. Jack Martin is president of the club and Dr. G. H. Workman is faculty sponsor. The Sampson County Club was organized in 1940 to bring about a closer relationship among the students here from Sampson County. It is the only club of its kind on the campus. SAMPSON COUNTY CLUB OFFICERS MAURICE HOLLAND President ROBERT THORNTON Vice-President IRENE LANGSTON Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS Grace Barefoot I. O. Hollingsworth, Jr. Mary Louise Rose Maurice Holland Margaret Barwick Frances Jones Lottie Tew Robert Thornton Dewey Bass Hazel Johnson Charles Warren Irene Langston Murry Wade Holland Magdalene Phillips Victoria Williamson Mr. C. H. Hamlin, Sponsor 166] Faculty members the campus o'er!  And ^Uett the, u |PPW|'.- : ::. "" ™ mi \ w 1 I H i CHEERLEADERS These lusty youngsters saw to it that we cheer the Bull Dogs in victory or defeat. Madeline Denning is head cheerleader. Others are: Margaret Barwick, Frances Hemby, Ann Wainwright and Noveline Long. COACH HERRING Coach W. A. (Bill) Herring deserves more praise than many of us realize. For four years he has given unselfishly of his time that we might have a team truly an honor to our school. Because of his un- tiring efforts, we scored over E. C. T. C. in both games played and this brought Bohunkus home again. [?0] A CLUB The "A" Club is composed of athletes on the campus who have earned a letter in one or more inter- collegiate sports. Its purpose is to create a better feeling between the athletes and to promote sports- manship in all athletic contests. Headed by Marion (Pro) Lassiter, the club has done much worth while work on the campus this year. The "A" Club is the oldest organization on the campus. May it have many more years of successful work! :%*M ~-S f /*3gM^ BULLDOGS Above are pictured the BULL DOSS — known throughout the state for their loyalty, "grit," and sportsmanship. Coach "Bill" Herring has done a splendid piece of work this year in our team, for he has shown us what strength of purpose can do. What say you — We take off our hats to the hard working Coach and the team he has developed.  JUNIOR VARSITY Though they never wind up with the loudest blaze of applause — the Junior Varsity of Atlantic Christian has a fine record behind it as well as before. Look long and hard at these lusty ball-men for they are our choice bet for our team of tomorrow.  TENNIS Though the team has been small this year, the players have worked hard to make a team of which Atlantic Christian can well be proud. With Joe Holliday as captain of the team they have done their bit for the Athletic Department. Other players are: Rudolph Corbett, B. C. Scott, Aaron Fussell, and T. C. Britt. [74 J W. A. A The Woman's Athletic Association is composed of girls on the campus who are interested in the promotion of wholesome recreation and competition in athletics. Fresh air, sunshine, and exercise everyone must have, and this organization feels the need for physical and health training most keenly. Sports stressed are: basketball, soft ball, volleyball, hockey, shuffleboard, deck tennis, badminton, tennis, and ping pong. Miss Madeline Smalley is Advisor. OFFICERS RACHEL GLOVER President CAROLYN PARISH Vice-President ELEANOR SMITH Secretary MARGARET GLOVER Treasurer SPORTS LEADERS FAY MIDGETTE Freshman Representative EARLE WILLIAMS Sophomore Representative MARGARET FARMER Junior Representative ELOISE TAYLOR Senior Representative LUNA JOHNSON Commercial Representative  a f ^ a t The handsomest couple on our campus has been elected by popular vote — Elizabeth Ann Nail and Joe Frank Draper. They, Queen and King, have made our May Day Exercise one long to be remembered by students and alumni of Atlantic Christian College. They were surrounded by a court of beautiful men and women chosen from the Junior and Senior Classes. Margaret Ange was maid of honor. Other attendants were: Katherine Wainwright and Joe Holliday, Margie Barnes and M. W. Hudson. Madeline Denning was chairman of May Day. (^uzavetk c^n-ntt J [/all COMPLIMENTS OF THE MILLHOUSE in Bottles COMPLIMENTS OF BRUCE LAMM "Styled Men's Wear" WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA WILSON MARKET CO. NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS POULTRY, ETC. FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON Phone 2117 THE DIXIE INN "Where Friends Meet and Eat" Fraternity Staggs, Private Parties, Barbeque, Chicken, Smith-field Ham, Western Steaks, Seafoods in season Reservations — Dial 3828-7 Inter. 301 & 117 4 Miles South of Wilson R. E. TOWNSEND & COMPANY Real Estate — Insurance 121 S Goldsboro St. Wilson, N. C. GOLDEN WEED GRILL "Where Good Food and Good Service Go Hand in Hand" Wilson, N. C. Dial 2022 FAIRFIELD DAIRY PRODUCTS Incorporated "Perfectly Pasteurized Milk" Dairy Products Pine State Ice Cream Dial 3232 Wilson, N. C. There Is a GULF Station Convenient to Your Needs Drive in for Complete Service A. A. RUFFIN Local Distributor Wilson, N. C. Visit Our Model Six Room House THIRD FLOOR Compliments R. E. QUINN & CO. "Carolina's Finest" FURNITURE PHILCO RADIOS RUGS and CARPETS FOR DISTINCTIVE GIFTS VISIT QUINN'S GIFT SHOP FIRST FLOOR 137 South Goldsboro Street Dial 3188 BLUE GABLES SERVICE STATION Dial 3425 A Service Truck at All Hours COMPLIMENTS OF WILSON HARDWARE COMPANY "Court House in Front of Us" SPORTING GOODS Wilson, North Carolina W. R. MILLER FRUITS AND VEGETABLES We Carry a Large Stock, Always Fresh South Goldsboro Street WILSON, N. C. We Deliver Dial 2414 SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE AND WEAR WITH PRIDE LEDER BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORES WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS 'OF DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY "Th ree G ood Times to Enjoy Life More, 10 — 2 — and 4 o'clock" BISSETTE'S DRUG STORES Wilson — Greenville, N. C. Serving Eastern Carolina at a Saving THE WILSON BAKERY Makers of "DIXIE BREAD" "We Supply This Institution" Phone 2769 Wilson, N. C. EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE WILSON'S LARGEST Quality Merchandise for the Entire Family at Lowest Prices 229-231 E. Nash St. Opposite Post Office Wilson, N. 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In preparing to go to the "Spring Hop" Patronize MULLINS BARBER SHOP WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA WILLIAMS LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Building Material "We Sell Everything to Build Anything" COMPLIMENTS OF L O N D O N S H Ladies' Ready-to-Wear o p COMPLIMENTS OF THE NATIONAL BANK WILSON, N. C. THE WOMAN'S SHOP Ready-to-Wear, McCallum Hosiery, and Foundation Garments Carroll Building — Second Floor 305 1-2 East Nash Street Phone 2783 Wilson, N. C. The College Girl's Shop STADIEM'S LADIES' SHOP "Apparel That Appeals" WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA FLOWERS For All Occasions STARR THE FLORIST Dial 2I( COMPLIMENTS OF COLLEGE GROCERY BROWN OIL COMPANY Distributors PURE OIL PRODUCTS Motor Oils Nos. 1 and 2 Fuel Oils "You Can be Sure With Pure" We Meter Your Fuel Oil Direct to Your Tank, Thereby Saving Shrubbery THEATRE SODA SHOP SCHRAFFT'S CANDIES The Handy Place for Magazines, Drinks, Candies and Tobaccos WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Come in and see our new college styles. They're swell! m OETTINGER'S The Dependable Store Dial 2124 Wilson, N. C. Compliments of BRANCH BANKING & TRUST COMPANY Wilson Elm City Warsaw "The Safe Executor" Wallace Faison Goldsboro Kinston S'ilma Trenton Fayetteville Fremont Plymouth New Bern Willlamston (Sound Banking and Trust Service for Eastern Carolina) Member of Federal Deposit Corporation HACKNEY BUS BODIES For Transporting <> The College Athletic Team, Glee Club and General Campus Activities jnni os. body co~. WILSON T N.C. A L W A Y S A GOOD WGTM Serving the Public Interest Affiliated S H O W MUTUAL BROADCASTING SYSTEM TOBACCO NETWORK (key stat ion) COMPLIMENTS OF BRUCE LAMM "Styled Men's Wear" WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Get that "College Shine" For only a Dime REX SHOE SHOP Phone 3571 Wilson, N. C. CERTAINLY . . • — OUR country need . trained men and women in the present emergency. —THE United States and the World of Tomorrow will need eq uipped men and women in the days c f peace. —ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE wants to do its part to educate youth for these respons bilities and seeks the patronag e of those who may profit by the advantages it offers. Write f or a catalogue or other informa about our work ■ion ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA PRINTING AND BINDING BENSON PRINTING CO., NASHVILLE, TENN ENGRAVING CHARLOTTE ENGRAVING CO., CHARLOTTE, N. C. DANIEL PHOTOGRAPHY AND SMITH, RALEIGH, N.